TRENTON, NJ -- New Jersey had 868 new confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 as of Saturday evening, May 30, pushing the state's total to 160,445. Of those cases: 2,469 are in hospitals, 522 are in critical or intensive care, and 378 are on ventilators, according to Gov. Phil Murphy. Additionally, COVID-19 has claimed another 66 New Jerseyans, pushing the total to 11,698 lives lost.

"Thanks to your hard work, we’ve flattened the curve of COVID-19 in New Jersey and are now closer to Stage Two," Murphy Tweeted. "Join me live tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. for an important announcement."

Confirmed COVID-19Cases (by County):
Atlantic: 2,214 • Bergen: 18,272 • Burlington: 4,627 • Camden: 6,510 • Cape May: 617 • Cumberland: 2,298 • Essex: 17,629 • Gloucester: 2,234 • Hudson: 18,419 • Hunterdon: 993 • Mercer: 6,933 • Middlesex: 15,921 • Monmouth: 8,219 • Morris: 6,463 • Ocean: 8,748 • Passaic: 16,170 • Salem: 634 • Somerset: 4,583 • Sussex: 1,110 • Union: 15,821 • Warren: 1,160 • Under Investigation: 870

Confirmed COVID-19 Deaths (by County):
Atlantic: 159 • Bergen: 1,579 • Burlington: 291 • Camden: 338 • Cape May: 49 • Cumberland: 73 • Essex: 1,664 • Gloucester: 147 • Hudson: 1,183 • Hunterdon: 60 • Mercer: 472 • Middlesex: 994 • Monmouth: 597 • Morris: 615 • Ocean: 739 • Passaic: 928 • Salem: 38 • Somerset: 419 • Sussex: 149 • Union: 1,073 • Warren: 131